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Katherine A. Sullivan, PhD

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About Me

Conditions and Treatments

autism, parent training, social skills training, anxiety disorder, neuropsychological testing, psychological testing, developmental disability, depressive disorder, cognitive and behavioral therapy, disruptive behavior disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
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Credentials

Positions
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Education and Training
  • PhD from University Of Washington, 2013

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Locations and Appointments

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  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
    • BCBS EPO - Empire EPO (NYU Langone Employees)
    • BCBS EPO - Empire EPO (Sunset Park/Family Health Center Employees)
    • BCBS EPO - Empire NYU Care (NYU Langone Employees)
    • BCBS EPO - Empire NYU Care (Sunset Park/Family Health Center Employees)
  • United Healthcare
    • United Healthcare EPO (NYU Langone Health Employees)
    • United Healthcare Plus (NYU Langone Health Employees)
NYU Child Study Center

1 Park Avenue, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10016

Research My Research

Interests

autism, social skills

Research Summary

In the area of research, Dr. Sullivan has focused on the characterization of early-emerging behavioral features of autism with the goal of understanding core deficits and evaluating interventions to prevent or attenuate the expression of symptoms. She has examined novel measures of speech production and its relationship to aspects of language ability in toddlers with autism, as well as studied outcomes from the first randomized, controlled trial of a behavioral intervention for toddlers with autism using the Early Start Denver Model. Dr. Sullivan is also interested in strategies for promoting more effective clinical trials of pharmacotherapeutics to address core symptoms of autism and identifying interventions to promote quality of life and successful life transitions in young adults with ASD.

Academic Contact

Phone

646-754-4979

Publications

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